Registration opens today for the zoo’s Conservation Camp (preK–fourth graders) and Zoo Crew (fifth–eighth graders) summer camps. Camp sessions sell out quickly every year, so don’t delay if youRead More ›
A new bird in the Forest Edge habitat at the McCormick Bird House is native to only one place on Earth: the tropical island chain of New Caledonia in the South Pacific. Endangered kagus are largeRead More ›
February 27 is International Polar Bear Day, a perfect time to honor these powerful, but vulnerable, predators. See how Lincoln Park Zoo will welcome polar bears to the brand-new Walter FamilyRead More ›
Zoo scientists are meeting today to help plan the future of the critically endangered red wolf, which is native to the southeastern United States (and can be seen at the Pritzker Family Children’sRead More ›
Cities are created by people, but we aren’t the only ones making our homes within them. Urban areas serve as habitat for a variety of wildlife as well, from familiar squirrels and pigeons toRead More ›
Happy birthday to Bella! The little gorilla turned 1 today with special enrichment at Regenstein Center for African Apes.
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Our Chilean flamingos don't mind the snow, but a warm weekend sounds pretty good too! The South American species ranges high into the Andes Mountains in the wild.Read More ›